here's a few:
griner spent one year (1918) in brooklyn (they were the robins then) after 5 with the saint louis cardinals. he was 1-5 with brooklyn although his era was a decent 2.15. his lone win was a shutout.
clem spent 11 seasons with the dodgers, first in brooklyn and then making the move with the team to la. 1955 truly was a charmed year for clem and the dodgers - all 3 of his hits that year were home runs.
phelps played for the dodgers from 1935 to 1941. he was traded to the pirates prior to the 1942 season as part of the deal that brought arky vaughan to the dodgers.
thomasson was with the dodgers in 1979 and 1980 before heading to japan. he was part of the huge bounty the giants sent to the a's for vida blue in 1978. the a's quickly flipped him to the yankees where thomasson won a world series ring against the dodgers. the dodgers must have liked what they saw, as they traded brad gulden for thomasson the following spring.
now, wasn't that more enjoyable than looking at deals on laundry detergent?
(thanks baseball reference)